Humanitarian Adventure in GuiZhou!

discharge http://www.nationalwatch.com/39636-restasis-eye-drops-cost.html This past month, I spent a week in Guizhou, China, installing water pumps in Hmong people villages in the rural mountains of the province. I contacted the non-profit division of Water Powered Technologies, a small company in Cornwall designing more sustainable solutions for freshwater consumption. The main village we worked at, Baibi village, took us four and a half hours to reach because of its isolated location. The village sits on top of a steep mountain surrounded by rice paddies and is an hour-long drive from the nearest town. Because the village struggled with water shortages, we worked on installing two ram pumps near a waterfall in the valley to be pumped up towards the village.

http://www.juggernautcycles.com/30398-empagliflozin-cost.html Check out our adventures! Watch the two videos on Water Powered Technology Youtube channel that detail what we did over the course of the week!

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